Inside "The Room:" Comic Book Series, "My Big Break," Gives Exclusive Look Into Philip Haldiman’s Life in Hollywood and Becoming Denny
Phoenix, AZ, March 02, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Fans of “The Room” can get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look in a comical form into the process of becoming the film’s orphaned neighbor — Denny.
Actor Philip Haldiman has released a comic book series “My Big Break,” where he brings to life his experiences in Hollywood, as well as his character in the cult film. “The comic book captures the spirit of my ups and downs as a struggling actor in Los Angeles,” Haldiman said. “And really, I'm not sure if there's any other medium that could be more appropriate to tell this story than the comic book."
The celebrated and multi-talented Tommy Cannon is the comic book series’ artist. “It is a thrilling honor to be a part of this amazing project,” Cannon said. “As a fan of ‘The Room,’ it has been ‘epic-tastic’ listening to these stories from Phil. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.”
The first issue is available at www.philiphaldiman.com.
"The comic book will give old school fans — and hopefully new fans of ‘The Room’ — insight into all those things the camera never captured on set, and a glimpse into the surreal perils of the entertainment industry,” Haldiman added. “And you might have a few laughs along the way."
About Philip Haldiman
After watching “The Room,” it's easy to tell that Philip Haldiman wasn't born to act. But the one thing he DID start doing not long after being thrust from the warm confines of his mother's womb was write. It took his experiences in Los Angeles and his time working on the outrageous cult film to come full circle and realize that he should stick to writing. A theater degree, a unique cinematic phenomenon and a journalism career later, he looks to his next project — a comic book series. Connect with him on twitter at @TheRoomDenny and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/DennyTheRoom.
About Tommy Cannon
Tommy Cannon is a master doodler and performer in improv shows based in Phoenix, Ariz. He performs regularly at the Torch Theater, the Great Arizona Puppet Theater and occasionally has art on display in several galleries in Phoenix, including the Trunk Space.
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